Beverage Industry Services
At Kernutt Stokes, we know that your number one priority is creating a high-quality product. As a long time Service Member of the Oregon Winegrowers Association and the Oregon Brewers Guild, we understand the intricacies of the beverage industry and are dedicated to helping you produce some of the best craft products in the country.
We know that building and maintaining your winery or brewery can be complicated and time consuming. You are faced with many issues beyond your control including weather, soil conditions, malt and hop crops, and economic factors. Our industry professionals can assist you with the factors that you can control. We have the experience to help you develop and implement a strategic plan to meet your financial and operational needs, allowing you to do what you do best – concentrate on your product.
Kernutt Stokes works with multiple well-known breweries and wineries throughout Oregon. We know your industry and take pride in understanding your business from top to bottom to leverage opportunities.
Our team of professionals can assist you with:
- Alcoholic beverage compliance reports
- Business planning
- Estate and succession planning
- Employee benefit plans
- Depreciation opportunities including cost segregation
- Farm accounting methods
- Federal and state licenses
- Inventory accounting and valuation (UNICAP)
- Management consulting
- Multi-location accounting systems
- Multi-state taxation compliance
- Tax planning and compliance
Kernutt Stokes is proud to be affiliated with:
- Brewers Association
- Oregon Brewers Guild
- Oregon Winegrowers Association
- Beverage Industry Networking Group
Articles for Breweries
- Tax Changes – Mostly Good for Breweries
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- How to Successfully Expand Your Brewery Into a Demanding Marketplace
- Do I Need an Audit?
Articles for Wineries
- Field Costs, Non-Field Costs, Pre-Productive Period Costs and Pre-Bud Costs
- How the Oregon Estate Tax Affects Wineries
- Is there a GAAP in your accounting records?